Community call-out: send in 2017 events

Does your community organization have special events planned for 2017?

Does your community organization have special events planned for 2017?

The Oak Bay News welcomes details of your community events for the annual clip-and-save community calendar, published in the Dec. 30 edition of the newspaper.

Send events to editor Jennifer Blyth at editor@oakbaynews.com, including event details and contact information. For additional information, call 250-480-3239.

 

 

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